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around a-g, and a critically need for the school district. which is graduating our school students. and graduating students that are prepared for post-secondary education. as we know that education is part of the fabric of this community. as an overview of what we will present this afternoon. i would like to give you a contents of a-g requirements and the status of the first graduating class that will have to meet the a-g requirements. i have colleagues here who will talk about the budget. that will give you an update on our budget status and how the budget cuts have affected our a-g progress. and our assistance high school principal will talk about concrete immediate actions associated with this appropriation. with that by way of context the board of education approved a policy in 2009 to raise the graduation requirements so all students graduating from the school system would meet uclg requirements. that was gone so that once they gra grade -- graduate and receive university admission. the policy was that equity and goals should be for all students. and the class of 2014 is the f
caregiving is taking care of aging parents. all too often, family members are ill-equipped for the task. i looked at the emotional and spiritual challenges that can pose. >>> three years ago, anne stine was a busy mother with three young children, and a husband who was on the road a lot. then her 87-year-old father, a very independent world war two veteran who lived about an hour away, suffered a stroke. >> and what i found was a man who was no longer independent. he was confused and worried and starting to bark orders. so it was a very emotional time for him, and it was a scary time for both of us. >> her dad, who lived alone, needed a lot of care. and the issues surrounding his care were overwhelming. >> the doctors came in and the social workers come in and they start all these questions, "where do you want your dad to go in rehab? are you set up in medicare and medicaid?" the list went on. and i was just a mom with three little kids and not prepared, not prepared to take on that responsibility. and yet i had to. >> according to a recent study, 36% of all caregivers are adult children t
this helped geologists recognize that the earth experienced repeated cycles of glaciation, or ice ages, over the last two million years. an ice age consists of a gradual cooling of the climate and growth of glaciers worldwide, terminated by a warm, interglacial climate, during which glaciers melt back and retreat. by reconstructing the glacial history of the earth, we know understand that changes in sea level and the evolution of life are also linked with glacial cycles. what's less clear, however, is the cause of ice ages. a number of theories attempt to explain the processes responsible for glacial cycles. there have been about 10 ice age cycles over the last one million years. any theory to explain these cycles must take into account the regular repetition of glacial activity and the link between glacial cycles and global climate. the repetitive nature of ice ages during the past two million years suggests that the world may again be moving toward a period of deep freeze. this is not likely to begin within our lifetimes, but may commence during the next few thousand years. most scientists
writing talent with the passion to end the bias against aging, here, here. the best seller, the viagra diaries, explore dating, relationships&at age 70. hbo offered to turn it into a tv series. she wrote two more romances and the tv deal got shake. a better one is brewing. for an update, we welcome barbara rose brooker. how does a local girl make this happen? >> oh, my gosh. you have to believe in what you want. >> uh-huh. >> and then it happens. >> as long as you know some people and they can help you long the. >> reporter: -- way. >> waited 35 years and since i'm 76 and i want to be a movie star and i have been writing for 35 years, but it's happening now. that is the fun of it. >> the interesting thing, too, you said you were open enough to say you were 76. you look great for 76. >> thank you. >> a lot of people at 76, doesn't matter what they look like. >> yeah. >> they say it's too late for me to do anything. to start something, start a business to write a book. >> try to have a series what, have you? >> exactly. >> and you say to them? >> i say that is really sad that you're goin
narrator: why do people grow old? is it possible to slow down the aging process? these questions may one day be answered. but for now, the inevitability that each person will grow old is the one thing that all human beings have in common. oh, goody. one, two, three, four, five, six... aging is the pattern of life changes that occur naturally as people grow older. contrary to popular belief, aging does not begin the moment you find your first gray hair, nor does it begin at 65. some changes begin at birth and continue until death, others begin at maturity, and end at death. the physiological changes that come with aging are a natural phenomenon and unavoidable. unfortunately... human bodies are a bit like american cars, they have planned obsolescence. our genetic blueprint makes sure that we grow old enough to have children, but once that's been done, there's relatively little selection. and so as we grow older, our parts begin to wear out. in essence, we begin to rust. narrator: during youth, when lung capacity is the greatest, muscles the firmest, motor skills quickest, enduranc
disabled communities that were not there. i want to thank ann and the department of aging for everything that you guys are doing to make sure that all of san francisco is connected. the mayor talked about all the things that can happen once people get online. you can get information about health care, which can make sure that it saves your lives or the lives of those you love. you can get information about how to better use your money, how to invest your money, how to save your money. you can get information about how to learn another language, how to make sure that you're continuing to grow at every stage of your life. and, as the mayor said, you can also learn how to play games with your children and your grandchildren. it took me about five times to get my mother on e-mail, but now that she is on e-mail, she can tell me what to do from 3,000 miles away. [laughter] and that is a good thing. and i think one of the most exciting things about this technology revolution is how it changes constantly. when i was here 13 years ago, i did not have this, nor did i have this. and yet, we know ev
or how to find their way to resources even if they wanted to. and with this new a-g requirement, students are able to graduate with a guarantee that they will qualify for csus and ucs, but it's very alarming to see there are so many disputes who are off-track on graduating. and i would want my peers to have the support that they need. so if there were more resources, like how these resources were able to help me. we need to make sure that all students have the opportunity, resources and support that they need to graduate. and 2014 may seem far away, but it's these next two years and the support we may or may not get that will determine where our future will be. thank you for your time. >> thank you very much and we want to thank the members of youth commissioner for their tremendous service to the city. it's always great to see them here at chambers. we also have other speakers. chelsea boyler. >> good afternoon, supervisors. and everyone. my name is brian. i am 18. i am from mig mission mission high school and from the neighborhood of the tenderloin. i am an english-language learner.
to complete the a-g courses. as a chinese immersion program i would have to take cyberhigh or night school orcy college to complete the two courses or else i cannot graduate. that is extra pressure for high school students because we try to get the most out of our high school education by taking ap classes. and by taking these supplemental courses, we have to take extra time and extra concentration to these classes. and that adds onto our stress. i don't feel that benefits our health very much. i really hope that you guys will continue to support these students with funding and different community-based organizations and help them out. >> if i may say, i am proud to say that mish michelle has been an intern in our office and has done a tremendous job and i'm very proud of her. commissioner fewer, did you have a question? >> i also wanted to mention that michelle is quite fabulous, but brings up a good point. michelle, would you like into those two requirements at galileo high school and see how they can fit it sequentially into their programs? thank you michelle. >> thank you. is there
you been using the dermawand? >> over eight years, now. and my skin is better now at the age of 53 than it was when i was 33 years old. >> wow, look at that! look at julie's eyebrow. it really appears to be lifted and then look at the whole eye area. it now has volume and it's just opened right up. i mean, look at the difference. and then look in these other areas that i want you to notice. like she doesn't have crow's feet, and trust me, if you want to reduce the appearance of crow's feet, you need to look at the dermawand. it's going to do it for you. i mean, look around julie's chin line and look at the cheek area. look at the corner of the mouth. i mean, her skin seems to be completely lifted. and, julie was a smoker for 20 years and dermawand has minimized the look of those little vertical smoker's lines around her lips. so, if you take a look at julie's before shot next to her live shot, there's the radio frequency effect that is exclusively dermawand. >> i told you radio frequency was all the buzz and the internet will confirm that radio frequency is now one of the most acce
. and if a student doesn't do well in an a-g class and the elimination of a period prevents them from taking that class again. and we had to eliminate all evening school options for our students. we eliminated summer school options for the students. so there is a number of constraints that we would have continued to fund and have limited to students because of the decreased funding associated with the funding of the school district. and coincided with this a-g policy. we will share more details with you throughout the presentation. and at this point i would like to ask deputy superintendent lee take us through the slides and the budget and the current state and how that affects this potential appropriation. >> thank you, superintendent and thank you supervisors. i will speak to one slide, it's a story, it's a graph that tells an important story about the history of our funding over the last five years. and some of you i believe have seen this before. so i appreciate you indulging me. and this revenue funding is the primary source of funding for school districts in california. most school dis
priority on a-g. and hope everything you have heard from the sfusd team reinforces that. we have the 2014 group front and center in priorities in every respect and including funding. we have set aside funds in the 12-13 budget to help meet these targets. we can give you a report on the debatails of that. and in addition we think that in the coming years we will re-examining our budget for 13-14 and beyond to make sure we maintain the critical investments. i will say that one of the events which i think you have heard about is the loss of 21st century funds did come at a relatively late stage in this process. so the 21st century community learning federal grant which had been in place in eight schools. and several larger high schools that lost the grants are at risk not having after-school programs and including credit recovery offerings for the students. that came quite late. so we didn't have that knowledge in hand when we developed our budget for fy-12-13, and we will have to incorporate that plans going forward. we have a continuing budget deficit. so it's difficult to convey the conce
that was the reason for a round of applause. [applause] >> there is one diversity also which is important, age. i should explain because you know in fashion, a terrible because there is always racism about age. one of the races and is in fashion which i am absolutely against. how could i be against age when i have a grandmother that let me do anything and what it, gave me optimism and positivity? i think people that are old and have experience, you can learn a lot from them, and there are maybe sometimes more sweet than the grandparents. i think age also is something important. i remember, i wanted to do what a collection one time with only old people, and they told me not to do that because we do not like to see ourselves projected as old. and i did not do it. sometimes i did not listen, but at the moment, i knew i had to do some testing, and i had to show the beauty through the edge, so i will do it one time. maybe it will be my last collection. i will be part of the show, and i will walk. >> your final question comes from a twitter question. what advice do you have for young artists and design
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that she shouldn't think of leaving. she won reelection in san francisco. but at age 72 she did not say whether or not she plans to run for office when her term ends. she made history at the first woman speaker of the house when elected in 2007. senior fbi officials are scheduled to brief congressional investigators today on the affair that broke down cia director david patraeus. they'll ask about thousands of emails between a tampa socialite. daniel nottingham has more. >> reporter: he will testify about the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi libya. before he handed in his resignation he was scheduled to appear at hearings this week. the details of the new hearings are being worked out. president obama is expected to face questions about the scandal that forced patraeus to step down at a news conference today. the widening investigation the s now jeopardizing general john allen's future. the pentagon is looking at emails he exchanged with joe kelly. sources described them as potentially inappropriate and flirtatious. >> these allegations are shocking to everybody that know
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at the age of 99. his wife sarah lived to be 127. when she dies, abraham, now 137, remarries and has six children. scientists tell us that today's u.s. 21st century medical technology will swell the ranks of our se 100-year-olds. how can we res vekt a vigorous maturity from a negative stereotype of decrepit old age? what can we do to make sure our brains stay as vital as our bodies? we will ask best selling author, neurologist and neuropsychologist dr. richard restak. >> dr. richard restak, welcome, and you are now on the air. this is book we're going to be referring to "the longevity strategy" how to live to live to 100 using the brain-body con dmeks. we might make reference to the magazine you are affiliated, which i think is the child of david mahoney and his philanthropy. >> yes, that's correct. >> did you? >> he had been chairman of canada dry. >> yes. >> then he took an interest in the brain. >> yes. >> and he founded dana. >> dana lives, yes. >> dana. well, this is an extremely interesting subject. tell me what is the essence of the brain-body connection and how can our brains hel
: they sure did. this is quite an amazing story. these two women, ages 18 and 19 are probably alive today because of a cellphone and their attacker's knife. >> reporter: neighbors in the playa del rey apartments recall hearing something unusual last night. deborah thinks back. >> when we were just turning off the tv and getting ready to go to bed, we just heard like a shouting noise. and we just assumed it was neighbors. >> reporter: police say deborah may have been hearing the shouting cries for help from two young women, ages 18 and 19 after a man broke into their apartment. police say these were quick-thinking women. when this suspect broke into the apartment, one of the victims grabbed a phone, called 911 immediately. the other victim who was being attacked was able to turn the knife back on the suspect, stab him several times in the chest before he took off. police say he took off wearing a black hoodie covering his face. >> it's kind of scary when you have young people in the house with you too. >> reporter: and despite being very shaken, these women gave police a very good descrip
before you. in the spring of 2009, was when the board of education passed its a-g graduation requirements. you see in this context that was right before this precipitous decrease in the state's funding for schools. the board of ed passed the graduation requirements in may of 2009. the budget from the state for fy-09/10 had not yet been passed. and that occurred several months later. and the result of that budget, you see the significant decrease in funding. that's one point to note. and as the superintendent mentioned in that fiscal year, 09-10, we did make reductions to close this gap. which we are abruptly faced with. many reductions across the budget, including credit recovery and summer school and evening school. that's the historical back drop for the situation we are in now. and you will hear from dr. schultz a lot of emerging strategies how we hope with the city's support to help the class of 2014, as many as possible to meet the a-g graduation requirements. supervisor chu asked that i address the issue of school direct -- district refer -- reserves. in the last the budget was $1
for these students. as you know a-g when we voted in, in 2009. with high hopes that most students could meet this. but this meant also professional development for the teachers that were not used to teaching a lot of students chemistry. we for a long time gave students integrated science instead of chemist chemistry. as support you will not see these numbers again. and you be assured that we are not going to see these large numbers of students on track not to graduate. and we have made special accommodations for the english learners and they will be given extra opportunity so they can complete some of the courses. and have time to do the course work. we have been learning here. it's been a very hard lesson. we realize that we threw a lot of students under the bus, when we decided to cut summer school. not a decision that i voted in favor of. i thought it was not the right vote but i am one vote on the board. we know these are things that we have institute. the afterschool funding was crucial. the cut of it was criminal for the state to do that for us. we reach a lot of students during the summer
of the job. the stress that comes with being president tends to age people more rapidly, and doctors say that presidents age twice as fast while in office. >> he's going to age. he ages 8 years for every four years he's in office on average. we have studied since teddy roosevelt till now. you notice obama got gray hair? well, that's normal. they will age twice as many years as they're in office. >> according to the doctor one of the main reasons they age so quickly is lack of friends. what? says they have few people they can vent to when things get tough. >>> coming up, you can get a great deal by shopping on-line, but getting a great fit can be a lot harder. >> we're going to show you a new website that is helping women to get a real feel for clothing before they buy it. >> all of the ads and phone calls all come down to one state. we're going to take you to that one no for yes, sir swing state and show you how they're preparing for tonight. well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee. actually, i just press this bu
, baby i want to be your man ♪ >> reporter: the men have a combined age of 273 years. but last night, they were clearly enjoying their trip down memory lane. even jagger's joke about the controversial ticket prices "how you doing in the cheap seats?" he asked, did not spoil the mood of the fans who came from all over the world. >> i came all the way from australia, and it's the best ever. >> it was worth it for me. >> i just found it absolutely amazing. >> reporter: and even though last night there was no satisfaction, the band ran out of time, the fans were clearly more than satisfied. ♪ i want to be your man i want to be your man ♪ >> sreenivasan: those are some of the day's major stories. now, back to ray. >> suarez: and we turn to two stories about conflict in the middle east, starting with egypt. >> this morning saw relative calm in cairo's tahrir square, but protesters insisted they will not latest site until president morsi withdraws the sweeping decree he issued last week. it gives him broad new powers, free from judicial review. >> ( translated ): we demand the president
times" as the voice of aging baby boomers who will are beginning retirement for meaningful and sustainable work later in life. while the work "wall street journal" stated, in the past decade, mr. freedman has emerged as a leading voice in discussions nationwide about the changing face of retirement. he is the author of the "the big shift" navigating the new stage beyond midlife, published in april of 2011 which "the new york times" called an imaginative work with the potential to affect their individual lives and our collect good issues. recognized by fast company magazine three years in a row as one of the nations leading social entrepreneurs. freedman is widely published and quoted in the national media and has been honored with numerous over awards and fellowships. freedman has an mba from yale university, was a visiting research fellow at kings college university of london. he lives with his wife and children in the san francisco bay area and now join me in greeting creating marc freedman. [applause] >> thank you john and thanks so much to all of you for coming out at t
, biography of andrew jackson called andrew jackson. the age of gold about the gold rush in the 1840s. the first american, about benjamin franklin and tea are about theodore roosevelt. together these books comprise not haphazardly but purposefully a history of the united states for the last 200 or so years. a number of these books have been best sellers. traitor to his class and the first american were both finalists for the pulitzer prize and you can see h. w. brands on tv all the time if you go to the history channel or turn on the tv, there he is. this book is -- i will hold this up again so you can see and recognize it easily at the book signing tend, it is a tremendous biography of ulysses grant filled with stuffed i certainly never knew and was delighted to find out. it is very authoritatively and readable. before we get to grant himself i wanted to ask bill a broad question about biography. here at the book festival there are a number of biographers. i have read several of these already, robert caro's latest volume in his massive history, biography of lyndon johnson. janet reed
. >> reporter: they certainly did. it's an amazing story. these brave women, ages 18 and 19, are probably alive today because of a cell phone and their attacker's knife. neighbors in the playa del rey apartments recall hearing something unusual last night. debra thinks back 24 hours ago. >> when we were just turning off the tv and getting ready to go to bed, with ejust heard like a shouting -- we just heard a shouting noise and just had assumed it was neighbors in the neighborhood. >> reporter: but police say debra may have been hearing the shouting cries for help from two young women after a man broke into their apartment. police say these were quick- thinking women. when this suspect broke into the apartment, one of the victims grabbed a phone and called 911 immediately. the other victim, who was being attacked, was able to turn the knife back on the suspect, stab him several times in the chest, before he took off. police say he took off wearing a black hoodie covering his face. >> kind of scary when you have young people in the house with you too. >> reporter: and despite being so shaken up,
starting back at the age of 15. earlier this month the first victim accused him of an inappropriate relationship while he was a teenager and then recanted the story. >>> coming up, experts say not every toy out there should end up in santa's sleigh. >> so parents listen up. you might want to check the holiday shopping list once and then twice after the break more information on the most deadly toys that are currently on the shows us. >> and it could be deadly, especially for baby boomers. the expected shortage experts are warning about when we come back. >>> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. a lot of clouds, we have seen some showers outside today. but the main event is yet to come. we'll talk about that and your holiday forecast coming up. is it ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, not everything on store shes is safe. >>> black friday is this week and people are getting a jump start on the holiday shopping but not everything on the shelves is safe. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is live in san francisco with a surprising list of dangerous toys being shoulder right no
was a kid, but around age 9, he transitioned to a walker. a wheelchair came at age 12. now, he can only wiggle his fingers and feet. ♪ i got a heart full of pain >> reporter: but his mouth works just fine. he spends a lot of his time writing rap. ♪ it's all about giving ♪ this is my life ♪ can't nobody stop me from living ♪ >> reporter: we first met darius in 2007 when my then "nightline" colleague martin bashir spent some time with him. martin had a particular interest in darius and his disease. >> my brother died when he was 29. your brother died when he was 19. do you worry at all about the future? >> the more that you appreciate your life, the more that you get out of it. >> reporter: logan smalley knew darius was a special kid. he'd been a counselor at a camp darius' brother attended. before mario died, he asked logan to watch over his little brother. tell me when it first occurred to you that maybe darius should go west. >> yeah. it was darius, his mom and myself. we were watching mtv. and we jokingly said, you know, we should get your wheelchair customized on mtv. 30 se
+ is a complete multi-vitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has more of 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. >>> america is in mourning tonight. people have taken to blog and rebuild stories and photos of the twinkie. no disrespect to the others, but the twinkie is the prize product in the hostess cornucopia. the twinkie with its mix of vanilla and cake and weird shelf life, which is just about a month, not 25 years. that's a myth. twinkies which retail at 10 for $5 which have had their star turns on television. >> what do we have? hostess twinkies. yes, sir, i know the folks will surely love these. >> twinkies, which are made by hostess brands, which tonight announced that mediation talks with the bakers union have failed and it's filing for bankruptcy. you and i might look at that news and think, ohno, no more twinkies, but kroegman see es the end of a broader economic era. an era called the twinkie rare. a time when corporations did well and so did the people who worked for them. that was when family income doubled, which gave mom and dad more
for you this morning, should politicians have a mandatory retirement age? it was a simple question, if you're 27. or maybe those over 50 are way too sensitive. nbc's fresh face luke russert shouted out a question at nancy pelosi's presser and was soundly booed over his age-related queer. >> i some of your colleagues privately say that your decision to stay on prohibits the party from having a younger leadership and will be hurt -- hurts the party in the long term. what's your response? >> discrimination. >> whoa! >> next! next. >> leader pelosi -- >> i guess -- >> whoa! >> you always ask that question except to mitch mcconnell. >> oh, mitch mcconnell, the senate minority leader is 70 years old. nancy pelosi is 72. in the world of politics, age is kind of a skewed concept. average age of members of the house is 56. and of senators it's 62. i mean, paul ryan is thought of as a young gun. he's 42. that's eight years shy of being a card-carrying member of the aarp. ronald reagan was 69 when he first ran for president. many worried he was too old for the job until his famous quip during a debat
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